Oak Harbor loses to Mt. Si in quad-districts

OAK HARBOR — Oak Harbor couldn’t have dialed up a better start.

Unfortunately for the Wildcats from Whidbey Island it was all downhill from there.

Mt. Si scored 40 unanswered points after giving up a touchdown on the third play from scrimmage to beat Oak Harbor 40-7 in a 3A Quad-District playoff game at Wildcats Memorial Stadium on Saturday.

Dejon Devroe scored on a 59-yard touchdown run with less than two minutes off the clock. But it was all Mt. Si from there. Bailey Takacs scored on a 1-yard run to tie the score and quarterback Nick Mitchell scored on a 2-yard plunge to give the Wildcats from the Sammamish plateau a lead they would never give up.

Takacs finished with 191 yards rushing on 23 carries. Mitchell was 15-for-24 for 190 yards and three touchdowns passing to go with the one rushing touchdown.

Oak Harbor finishes its season 7-3. Mt. Si advances to the state playoffs and takes on O’Dea next weekend.

At Oak Harbor H.S.

Mt. Si712714—40

Oak Harbor7000—7

OH—Dejon Devroe 59 run (Johnston kick)

MS—Bailey Takacs 1 run (Lowney kick)

MS—Nick Mitchell 2 run (kick failed)

MS—Dumas 11 pass from Mitchell (pass failed)

MS—Trevor Daniels 11 pass from Mitchell (Lowney kick)

MS—Evan Johnson 1 run (Lowney kick)

MS—Daniels 14 pass from Mitchell (Lowney kick)

Records—Mt.Si 9-1 overall. Oak Harbor 7-3.

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